Below you will find a list of web resources that may help you with your research. Feel free to search for other sources too!

REMEMBER: Not all resources are created equal! Double check facts and figures.

Ask yourself, ‘who produced this information?’ and ‘what is their perspective on the subject?’.

Check out the North American Great Lakes tab for more facts and info about the Great Lakes.

About the Great Lakes – Sea Grant Michigan
Environment Canada
Federation of Ontario Cottagers’ Association
GLEAM Great Lakes Environmental Assessment and Mapping Project
Great Lakes – U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Great Lakes – International Joint Commission
Great Lakes Information Network
Great Lakes Monitoring – U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Great Lakes phosphorus levels rising, report warns –
Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway System
Great Lakes Teaching Resources
Great Lakes Watershed – Cranbrook Institute of Science
Groundwater Our Hidden Treasure
Invaders In Our Waters – Ontario’s Invading Species Awareness Program
Love Inforgraphics (The Great Lakes)
Mysteries of the Great Lakes – Science North
Ontario’s Great Lakes Strategy
Our Great Lakes – Environment Canada and U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Phosphorus Levels in the Great Lakes – Environment Canada
Studies show water toxins poisoning birds, fish and coral – The Weather Network
The Great Lakes Sewage Report Card 2013 – Ecojustice
The Lake Huron Centre For Coastal Conservation  Advocating Wise Stewardship of

Lake Huron’s Coastal Ecosystems

The Water Cycle – U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
U.S. and Canada need to stop phosphorous runoff causing algae blooms in Lake Erie,

report says – The Star

Waterlution evolving our relationship with water